Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 21, 1952
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f mi Father Uelser to Visit Here BRIGHTON-Fnther Ryan Beiser is expected to arrive Sunday for n short visit with his mother. Mrs. O. W. Grady. Father Boiser is a member of the faculty of St. Ambrose College at Davenport, la. COLOR GUIDE Tlji LOVELIEST COLORS l«lh« WORLD! It's tlic paint of the future — proven by independent laboratories to stand up under 2.500 scrub- bingsl Tropic Tones Incorporates latest discoveries— lough alkyd-resins reinforced with rubber. When you see the thousands of new, lovelv colors Jr. the MorrU Color-Guide, we're betting you'll say . . . It's tht paint /or me'. MORRIS' PAINT STORE 0<50 E. BROADWAY A. R. Kich DIAL, 2-7312 Brighton Bureau Unit Entertained BRIGHTON — The local Unit of the home bureau met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. E. Tones. Roll call was answered by nine members. Miss Deborah Sollidny, county home advisor, presented tho major lesson on "Personal GroomiiiR." Mrs. Delmar Unverzagt, unit chairman, Rave the minor lesson on "Progress Planning." Mrs. W. D. Bates gave a short history 1 of the songs written by Stephen Foster. During the business session, it was voted to make a contribution to the local Red Cross drive. Also, a contribution was voted for Hie "Pennies for Friendship" fund, which is an Illinois Home Bureau project. Plans were made for an "Information Party" to be held the afternoon of March 31 at the home of Mrs. Unver/.agt. Anyone interested in home bureau work is invited to attend this meeting and learn more about the work. The local unit wishes to thank Jill who contributed material for cancer dressings. A large box was taken to Carlinville where the material is made into dressings. Additional donations will be received at the Wiseman store and anyone having washed out prints, old linens or shirts, can leave them at the store, if they are wrapped into a bundle and marked "Cancer Dressings." Also, anyone in need of these dressings can secure them through his physician. Visitors at, the meeting were Mrs. .1. T. Foster, Mrs. Howard Belt, and Mrs. Louisa Scheffel. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jones. Heceive Greetings From Ireland BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Grady received a genuine shamrock as a St. Patrick's Day greeting. The bit of Ireland was sent by an aunt, of Mrs. Grady, Mrs. Mary Ryan, who lives at Cork, Kemrick County, Ireland. For many years Mrs. Ryan has sent this remembrance to reach the Grady's on or about the 17th of March. This year it was sent by plane. TENNIS RACQUET SPECIAL! Here is an outstanding tennis racquet made by a nationally known manufacturer. Precision made for perfect balance. Heavy twisted nylon strings... I professional type racquet A Regular C 14.95 Value - *! Very Special, Only . . METCALFE MILLER SPORTING GOODS 408 EAST BROADWAY Phone 2-8831 Arthur A, Patsink Rites Held Thursday BRIGHTON — Funeral services for Arthur A. Patsink were conducted Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Warner Funeral horm; by the Rev. James Weiss, pastor of the St. Paul's Methodist Church. Interment was in the Brighton cemetery. Mrs. Robert Schallenberg and Norman Kddington, accompanied by Mrs. L. M. Well, sans two hymns. A .A. Moeble and Fra.'. Carr. members of the Brighton American Legion Post 476 made the presentation of the flag ' ' Miss Lillie Pa; ink at the cemetery. The pallbearers were Richard Taylor, Wosle., Graul, Paul Nirscb, Cornelius Schallcnbcrf, Alvin Massenr and John Hermes. Brighton Ladies Aid Group Meets BRIGHTON--The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold White. Mrs, Claud McAfee 'inducted the business at which it was decided to clean he church April 3. A donation was voted for the local Red Cross drive. It was announced the spring Presbylerial meeting would be held April .18 at East: St. Ixiuis. Mrs. Malcolm Anders led the devotionals. Mrs. White conducted the borne mission study which dealth with the need and establishment, of churches in our suburbs. Mrs. Carson Oberlander continued the study of the book "We Americans—North and South", speaking on Mexico. Several articles from the maga/.ine "Outreach" were reviewed by Mrs. Ruth Kclsey. Refreshments were server 1 by Mrs. White, assisted by Mrs. Anders and Mrs. Oberlander. List Brighton Honor Students BRIGHTON, March 21.—The following honor students have been announced for the fourth six weeks' term at the senior and junior high schools: senior high honors, Thelma Barth, Nancy Maslerson, Mary Warner, Kathryn McAfee, John Lively, Kay Gri/x.le, and Tsli/a- beth Scheffel; honors^ Barbara WATCH REPAIRS Guaranteed Work All Makes STONMliito CREDIT JEWELERS 118 WEST 3rd ST. In it lid Out of Service Wifft of ;ti««»« Cox I'nrty Honoreefc Mr. and Mrs. L. !•',. Swltzcr of 500 Broadway entertained relatives last week it a dinner in honor of her nephew, JAMF.S VV. COX, of Kldo- Lulo, who was on leave here Ifrom the U. S, Navy base at San piegr, Calif, lie had just completed ' is boot training, and on his return to California will be assigned to the USS 'Boxer." Among the guests present were his wife, Hetty and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cox all of Kldorado, IJrotliors In Service PVT. WILLIAM R. RHODES, a son of Mr. and Mrs. K d ward Rhoades of 2825 Viewland street, has completed n course in welding school at Aberdeen P r o v i n g Grounds, M d., and is visiting at his home. He entered service Fob. 9. On return to the Maryland base, Monday, Pvt. Rhoades, 22,' will be assigned to Alaska. CPL. GEQRGK RIIOADKS, n brother of Pvt. William, is now in Korea, stationed there since December. His wife, the former Dorothy Birt, and children, Susan Ann and George Kdwnrd jr., are spending s o m e time with Cpl. Cpl. Rhondes Rhoades' parents. Cpl. Rhoades, 2<t, enlisted in the army in February and took basic training at Ft. Belvoir, Va. Pfc. Ihirrls In School PFC. BKRRY B. HARRIS, son of Mrs. Anne E. Harris of 509 Stale street is attending a court reporters' course at Armed Forces Education center in Tokyo, and on completion of the course will be ns- ;igned to do reporting of army courtmartials i n the Far K a s t Command, lie is Pvt. llhoades Apponyi, Donald Brandt, Emma Ebbcler, Jeannine McAfee, Sue Towse, Dick Well. Alice McAfee, Fred Obcrlander, Glenn Strohbeck, Shirley Downs, Sharon Lanrlon Tom O'Dell, Beverly Powell Elowesc Beasley, Marietta Hermes and JOG Sehoeborle. Junior high honors, Donna Churchman, Nancy Swan, Carlenc Bock, Palricia Fields, Don Hermes and Jimmy Witt man; honor, Bot Baker, Sylvia Collins, Linda Goss, Paul Lorls, Gary SI. Cin, Mary Wiseman, Ronnie Aldridge, Janet Belt, Joyce Belt, Tom Graham, Larry Jones, Marilyn Landon, Charles Little, Charles Towse and Charles Yost. • Additional names have been added to the grade school honor roll for the fifth grade as follows: Janice Allen, Martha Little, David Sehmcjeller, Charles Mayberry and Alia Auston. Plan 441 Meet At Brighton rmtr.HTON -Pinna nro bring mnclr for tho first 4-H cluh meeting of thc> sonson whloh will be held \prii 3 at Wrslry Confer, Rnlph Inyrrnft is lender nnd Lloyd M. Well, nssistnnl. Officers of the club nre ftichitnl Well, president; Dnnnld Well, vice iresltlonl; Juanitn Anders, secre- nry-trensurer, I .vvrence Slighton, •cporter, nnd Joyce Belt, recrention cnder. At the April meeting the recren- :ion period will be from 7 to 7::iO ">. m. and will bo followed by the Hisiness session. Visitors nre welcome nt. these meeting. A county 'l-H Club rail \vn* held it Medorn HiRh School Tuesday venitiR nnd was i\ Mended by Kd- \vin Well nnd children, Shirley nnd Kddie, Mr, nnd Mrs. l.loyd ' r . Well nnrl children, IVinnld nnd rjnrole Mae, Junniln Anders, nnd Ricluird Well. Siirrctidrr Marker (inardril MKNroLumc; HKATII. or- nany, */!' Four I-lnst OJermnn ref- iRees Riiard n heavy granite stone lhat marks the spot where derman Admiral Freldeburg surrendered to British Field Marshall Montgomery May -I, 19'15, at the close of A'orld War II. Nnturnl Rubber l^ittire Reeuro PKNANfi, Mnlnyn, /!'—An Amer- icnn rubber trnde leader any* synthetic, rubber will never pose n threat to nnUirnl rubber because it cnnnot meet demnnd. Fred Koyle, ehnlrmnn of the New York Rubber Trade Association, said here because demand for natural rubber is increasing yearly, there is n bright future for Malayan rubber. Rend Telegraph Want Ads Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" graduate or Mnrquette High School, and pf Ihe U. S. Army's Adjutant, (iencrnl's school at. Ft. Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis. Before entering service In January 1950, Harris was employed >y Meyer-Schmidt Grocer Co. and was active in civic nnd social af- 'airs, particularly the Rug Cutters Youth Center at. Old Cathedral. Only glasses properly filled— after a thorough scientific* examination—will give you best possible vision. 623 E. BROADWAY, ALTON Guatemala reports that pig* love the surplus bananas served to them Instead of scarce corn, and which they eat skins and all. Dirk tgoe, of Islin Srttgf, Elr», Is being hailed as Ireland's «fcir> est sharpshooter, on Ms claim (hit he killed SOO foxes 1ft Hill T • There, FITTING SKILL in these hands Not ev«ryon« can fit jhosj properly to your ehildrnn't f«*f. If takes the careful skill thai comei through long experience... the ikill thot'i given ui our reputation. When your children next n«ed ihoe», let ut ihow you Ihe care that cjoet into the fitting of every pair. From our full itock of famout « (duMrrft ihoes, we can be jure of the right ihoe—for the best fit—for your youngJter. $£.50 $ ° To • According to Size MANY OTHlsR PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCLUSIVELY AT .95 SAVE '2 on your Boys 9 SHEEN GABARDINE JACKETS Special Purchase! Usually $ 8.95 6.95 These are expensive Calisheeo gabardines (rayon and acetate) —with luxury "doeskin" finish. And they're Unisec-treated..-non- oily spots wipe right off with a damp cloth. Wrinkles vanish like magic overnight! Fully rayon lined too! Navy, sea green, rust, brown. Sizes 8 to 20. 117 West Third St. • STOKE HOUKS « Friday 8 to 9 I'. M. Other Days 9 to 5 f. M. \ Write! Phone LO 4-8310 Add 3% N. Y. C. utiet to*, I5c tlupfiing beyond delivery area. The Schools arc Your Schools; Vole for I lie Establish ment of a Community Unit District Protect Your Home With Bright WHITE BEAUTY SAVE '1.06! SEROCO WHITE HOUSE PAINT fc,. : :• ..'"Jrr-i^rr^^ ' ' "" 7"A Pure Linseed Oil Fine Quality Raw Linseed Oil 2,19 Reg. 4.49 Gallon Ciui Why fuinhln with muttty cflnfAhtam? Al Srars jou id flrnl quality all •ftaled In cam at a real money-laving price! Gallon Siivrs Von $1.0(1 IVr (ialloii. (Jives excellent cov erim 1 ', protection. ^-^); Wilhslimils slorms »"<l Siiinnier »>iinh. • 5 Gal. Lots....3.33. • Gallon does up to 325 sq. ft. 2 coats! • Easy to apply; use brush or spray on • Dries tack free overnite llcrc.'s (he pi:rf«i!t low priced piiinl for .your home, Snrnco! Korum- liilntl from l»'sl xnuli 1 (IJK- mciitti and lin.scrd oil for iH'hl hilling ([iinlitlcs. -£Z4 Can of Turpentine Best Quality at Bulk Price LI9 fiiillon, Only No nrrd In bring Tmir own onnUlnn In (M the hrnpfli nf a low bulk jtrlrr. Mfan niakci It easy to MTI money. Workmaster Brushes irl In ruhlier live iimiiilhrr P»lnl ir- mill. Hninnth ple»- llc handle! tyUMf*M& Screen Enamel Qt. 88c One quart dote I aorcenn; will »oi 3**^.. cloj me»h, drlfi U li to 8 houri, BUcb only. LOMBARDY POPLAR TREES 4 39 • 8 to 10 ft. high Surround your home, with the ruiitliiiK 1 , t f heiiul.v of jirizn (ihade trees. l''a»t KrouiiiK, thri\ek on Hie poorest boil. Amoor Privet Hedg« One of I he Hi-st Hardy Hedg4 Plants of 10 i.i I'r.ichiir. dense, thick foliage for *t- Iruriive hedging, fan be trimmed (l j7uii> shaiirs. CiruM> lust. 1'lajit now, Cross Country Tested Stock Fruit Trees Blue Damson Plum 99 Enjoy wonderful benefits from a fruit tree in your own garden, like sun-sweet tangy flavor, economical canning and extra money, too. t 5-m-l Apple 2.08 • Moorpark Apricot .1.08 Early Cherry , Bartlett Pear Early Elberta l.OS Peach 1.-10 Wood Fan Trellis AU i active Vine or Rose Tyiie H-t t. High li«V Sturdily c«0Blructed. pttuted inowy while. Smooth IloUb won't tylinter. t g (t. high ...1.99 Concord Grapes Sweet! Juicy! Strung Vines, only...... VWW One of the <nu»i popular *trt*ti*|. Or»pe« are bUck, tender »i>4 de- liciou» and oot eMUjr »((«o(«4 bf weather cb«njc»! 'Satfyfa^ _ V _ ff P ,'__ ALTON r»w»w»» 309 PUS! PHONE 3-5611

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